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    I am currently running 2.0.33 and I found that when I have a PC
    with over 64MB or so of memory, that I have to pass an option
    to the kernel from LILO to tell the kernel that I actually
    have 128MB of memory in the PC.

    Why must this declaration take place and are there any plans
    to enable the kernel to detect large amounts of memory on it's own?

    I see this as a problem for first time/sceptical users.

    Thanks.

    --

    Rob Naccarato "I know I'm a lot of feathers,
    Sys Admin but not much chicken."
    Sheridan College -KM
    Oakville, Ont. Canada



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